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News Briefs: Visit Europe without leaving Nevada County; Fair entry deadline today

French connection

Visit Europe without leaving Nevada County

All you have to do is host a French student, who will be here from Aug. 1-20. You don’t even need teenage children in the house to enjoy a visitor who will have a good command of English and offer help around the house. “He or she may make you a tarte fritz dinner or introduce you to Nutella,” said Dick Phillips, a big local fan of World Exchange, a New York-based student program that still needs five host families. Call Rosalie Plummer at 268-7343.



The fairgrounds

Fair entry deadline today




The deadline is 5 p.m. today for submitting paperwork online to enter an item into the Nevada County Fair. Visit http://www.nevadacountyfair.com and click “Entry Information.”

District Attorney’s Office

Building passes state inspection, DA on the move

The Nevada County District Attorney’s Office will move into its new office next week after the building’s elevator passed a state inspection. Professional movers will start toting the office from the courthouse to 100 Union Street, Nevada City.

Friends of Hospice

Get the Royal treatment at benefit breakfast

Friends of Hospice will sponsor its 26th annual Breakfast in the Park from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sunday at St. Canice Hall, 236 Reward St., Nevada City. Nevada County Sheriff Keith Royal will help serve pancakes, eggs, sausages, fruit, coffee and tea. $8 for adults; $5 for children younger than 6. Proceeds go to Hospice of the Foothills. Tickets are at the Hospice office at 12399 Nevada City Highway in Grass Valley, at Citizens Bank branches and at the door. Call Ginger McGee at 432-5446 or Mary Moyer at 432-5655.


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